Ignorant magistrate gives crooked cop a light sentence because of his “service to the community”, which apparently consisted mainly of using his privileged position as a policeman to sell drugs.
The Bahamas: Headlines
The war of the billionaires escalates as Peter Nygard heads to court with a lawsuit against his Lyford Cay neighbor Louis Bacon regarding access to an easement on their properties.
An elderly American couple were held up at gunpoint by two masked gunmen moments after they walked out of the Cable Beach casino.
A pastor at the Born Again Deliverance United Christian Fellowship Center on the East West Highway was robbed outside his church at gunpoint.
The Royal Bahamas Defence Force vessel P40 was speeding through Nassau harbour when it collided with a 16-foot aluminum skiff, killing Gladstone Ferguson nearly three years ago.
While water sports operators are excited about the potential Baha Mar could have for their business, residents of Cable Beach bemoan an increase of noisy, polluting jet skis in what has been determined to be an unregulated industry.
Despite a firestorm of controversy surrounding her appointment, the country’s new Director of Public Prosecutions Vinette Graham-Allen has been “well-received”…
Concerned that telling the truth may negatively affect tourism, Bahamas police refuse to release information about the latest armed robbery of a tourist.
The body of a man believed to be the victim of another hit-and-run was found lying in the street in the area of Firetrail Road early yesterday morning.